Runoff water quality characteristics following swine slurry application under broadcast and injected conditions

  title={Runoff water quality characteristics following swine slurry application under broadcast and injected conditions},
  author={N. R. Schuster and Shannon L. Bartelt-Hunt and Lisa M. Durso and John E. Gilley and X. Li and David B. Marx and Amy M. Schmidt and Daniel D. Snow},
This study was conducted to measure the effects of swine slurry application method, time following slurry application, and runoff rate on selected water quality characteristics. Slurry from a commercial swine operation was broadcast or injected on field plots at a rate required to meet annual nitrogen requirements for corn. Rainfall simulation tests were conducted at five varying periods following slurry application. During each study period, three simulated rainfall events, separated by 24 h… CONTINUE READING
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